The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00052
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: June 27, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00052
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Associated Press Day Wire "' : Key West Florida, has the

Service. tJC ICP W. (CitBett most equable weather in the

For 65 Yean Devoted to the country; with an average

Best Interests of Key West ._ range of only 14* Fahrenheit




African Sects Are Inciting i COMMITTEES I I MANY EXPRESS DISSATISFACTION IN J Administration Becomes More Cautious I


Blacks To Kill All Whites -:' FOR ENTRIES .. ,- -. I ... In Enactment Of Legislation In Order

LARGE\ :NUMBER "What U your reaction to the 1

} FOURTH OF JULY CONTESTANTS schedule of pay for>> worker under To Avoid Further Court

, Fears Of Uprising Are F, CARBONELL MUST SEE KAPPA PI PINEAPPLES the new FERA program a.i Proceedings

3 Spurred By Recent Native MADEDENTIST MEMBERS MONDAY EVENING SHIPPED NORTH! issued front Washington which -- -, -

I stipulates $22 monthly for unskilled VISITOR SAYS ORGANIZATION Believe.
Strike Riots In Cop I I Many However,

t I labor $32 for semi (killedand
(nr A'wvlatr Pres>.) NEARLY FIFTEEN HUNDRED That More Careful
per I I'II' ATLANTA, June 27F. S. Announcement was made this BARS OF FRUIT HANDLED $42 for killed labor."

Carbonell today received his morning by Kappa Pi festival i I I J This question was asked several Situation Will Bring
committees setting Monday, i
CBr Aeela BULAWAYO Southern Rhodesia certificate to practice den 1, as the last day given over to I CLOSED citizen during the past few days I Better Results
contestants in the va- I I
entering :ii effort
batty in Georgia. an to gain the view of
June 27_Fear* of a long, rious eport and pulchritude: con -- FORMER NEWSPAPER MAN PLANS ARE NOW IN MAKING
H. was one of thirty-tevea tests to be held at South Beach on I people' ia different stations of !
dreaded I black>> uprising in Africa, Independence Day Kappa Except a few cars which may s: AND FAMILY PAID PLEAS ACCORDING TO ANNOUNCEMENT -: By HERBERT PLUMMER
applicant to receive a cer mem-I arrive at intervals from Cuba, the I life, both the laborer and the Inn Auvla<*4 PZ'e8.t
bers this
purred by recent native strike I state ruling I ANT CALL AT THE CITIZEN : MADE, BY KEY WEST' WASHINGTON Jane 27,-If
tificate. upheld in order to avoid confusion -i pineapple shipping season is over I business>> and professional man.
riots in the copper mine ....rlaer. and loss of time when the' and there will be no more shipments OFFICE YESTERDAY:: ADMINISTRATIONPlans one desire to understand the
events called. I' Usually The Citizen was asked
which culminated in the are of the fruit from Key West, i somewhat l bewildering>> legislative
RETURN Sailboat and motorboat owners i ;what are the existing .rates of I

killing of "1Iea.ttrikeca..and, the desiring to enter their craft are: in This quantity\ was l learned lots, until yesterday next year.from ., pay. On being toll that the rates "Walking throrgh this clean for the organ ation' of, itnaUo iat Washington he can do

wounding of .e eral ,.European., : HOME ON TRAIN 746 requested Windsor to Lane see Anibal, as sooh Armayor as pos,i, one of the' largest shippers from now extant are 30
sible. The list or entries will be 1; Key West. lIe told The Citizenthat 50 cents ,for semi skilled gone" was I this morning by the Key West I
are still far from quieted.,.. |. business said Perry S. Williams i'I! statement, by- Senator Wagner of
while. this
shipments exceeded -
year Administration.
turned over to the referee of the 1 1I i and 80 for skilled' labor the 'person executive vice-president of the The project will

White residents;i' uneasily ,are,,WARREN CABRERA AND matches, on July 2 and he will ar-t those; of last, the increase : questioned .invariably .said! Minneapolis Civic and Commerce be one of the educational and I I:I New York a ,,recognized spokesman
I was not aa great as was anticipated :
eyeing the spread,,of,the(notorious k REPORT AT range handicaps according tolengths at the beginning of the season.. I that the reduction was entirely Association, who was a visitor at I cuHural activities to be carried; forJhe RooMvelt administra.tion .
1 and horsepower of the The '
"watch tower" inoverneutwai! its' craft. During the 45 days the fruit was 1 1I too drastic. Citizen office, yesterday.Mr. on at the new art center, soon to
false but all-powerful that LUNCHEON TODAY I i Those who are in business cited Williams was accompaniedby i -
; Close to fifteen Key West beauties -being I received and transferred" at I Mrs. Williams and ibe I opened in the kindergarden
the their two
American negroes, hearing of the have sighed Delio Cobo's I this port, there were 1427 carloads I tact that freight rates are Miss ;' building, Reynolds and South I "We do not believe," said Wag.
I daughters Pamela and Miss
African natives' "ill-treatment i higher than from northern
I going out to points in the South I II !
bathing beauty roll call and will Judith J streets, which will be known In the,
Ann who enjoying a
markets to other the are ncr, "there ia i a single letter in
are mobilizing an and com-. luncheon and North for distribution to parts
army There was a regular compete for a handsome loving I !i vacation with relatives at Naran- > future as the school of Allied:l
ing over to drive out the white of the Club held today at i i markets.Of ;; state and in consequence food !
Rotary I Arts. the
Schechter decision
during the late afternoon. Fla. (outlawing
cup ja. and maJe the! trip to Key
oppressors.. the noon hour, with Eddie Strunk,'I Mr. Cobo is of the opinion that by I the total number there were i prices run from 15 to 30 per cent West to get an idea of the rehabilitation -I I Blanche La Garde Winslow. who '
Pamphlet" Incite Native t retiring president of the organ-I Monday he will be able to fold his 1375 cars with pineapples in I higher.There activities.He [ has had wide professional ex-I t NRA) which make it impossible
The "watch tower" ization, presiding. The next meet- ladies crates[ and 52 cars in bulk. All of is little or no truck gardening -I perience in all of ,
sect has I entry list of twenty young thinks that Key West has a: types dancing for the federal governmentto
swamped the country with pam: ing will be presided over by the, and turn to the task of selecting[ the latter were shipped to Ontario, near Key Wesl and prac- great future with many possibilities -; has been named director of this I

phlets calling on the natives to new president, Melvin Russell,' business houses to. sponsor the I Canada for canning factories in tically all vegetables are brought, especially as a great: tourist 1 I new project. Mrs. Winslow has i cope isv any way with economicproblems
I from other of the I .
rise and seize Africa. As who was elected to the positionsome contestants. St. Catherines.! j jI parts state and resort and !I made concert tours of South 'i
are-I I' ai I was particularly pleased
I the other states. If the island had which challenge the
cult, officials have noticed a time ago. Relative to the baby !show, Mr. At the height of season i iI with the climate which he;; America as well as the United j I
mounting disrespect bordering onj" Dr. William R. Warren, who I Cobo is requesting Key West I! there were more than 100 men water supply system this condition -' thought would be much warmer States, and has appeared in II whole! nation. Wo aepared pr -

insolence among 'the natives j, was a delegate to the recent In-t mothers to give him the names working in various capacities at;, would naturally be changed;! and was agreeabV surprised to,,:I motion picture productions. She I I
danger signs for the handful of ternational Convention held in. and ages of their babies by Mon- j I the transfer rack of the Florida and a plentiful supply of vegetables find no warmer "than it is up ,, has studied under many masers' to make plan for change.

whites ruling millions of primarily Mexico City, Mexico, and Sebas-.: day evening so that a proper seat-t I East Coast Railway company, and of i Another could be raised. ]I home Minneapolis.!\ ." I I I of the dance, including Ruth St.I I Ii.in 1 legislative detail and in ad.aiatrativ. -
the conclusion matter to be considered
savage blacks. I I tian Cabrera, Jr., and William, L. ing arrahgement may be prepar-f' the payroll at -' !Mr.\ Wiliams was for a number:f I Denis, Roshanara. Adolph Bohhn, I
The sect began in 1902 in the 'Bates alternates who also attended -i, ed. Twenty-four prizes will be the shipping season amounted ta;! Key, said West a realty is rehabilitated! of years connected with one of I I Alvenie Koslov, Trassor and Flo- organization: that will

Transvaal, where black witch doctors the session, and who re- awarded the prettiest and healthiest approximately 7500. i i being the ]large' press associations and at]i r rence Fleming Noyes.The .
, took the doctrines of an.|i turned to Key West today on the babies selected by three out-I While the fruit was arriving in I and raoid progress is being made'along that time made his home in Chi r activities of the group win;; conform to the supreme court'sdecision

\ American religious group called']' noon train, gave a detailed re-=: of-town judges. The entry classes quantity there was also an extra I It these lines. As a consequence -'cago.; He enjoyed his visit to The S:, include rhythmic dance interpretations .**

"watch tower" and twisted them]i port, of the meeting, with Dr.: are 1 to 12 months 12 to 24 switch t engine and crew l"ompan.1 placed in of these activities rentals:! Citizen office and: expressed regret -l l| classic ballet and toe!I
to suit local conditions. The sect!I i Warren making an official report: months and 24 to 36 months of!service by the railway are bound to be higher, and how I that he had not made arrangements -!technique i character and Oriental That's why an effort is being:

rpread like wild-fire ebbed, then] in his capacity as delegate. I age. I I The cost of these extra activities'I can a person, especially one with, to prolonghis stay;; dances, general technique dance I made to obtain drastic amendr -
flared ..again..Jq*,m&tiert 'W i Tb othe-two ,members spoke' Boxers wishing- -" to take part in I II I I M not incorporated in *he. actual fanuly, pay sent ,and- provide, here: for at least one" more <<<*ay. I I routines, plastid exercises, rhythm',r -* two" the agriej'turai adjuotment -
reached a climax 'in' the horrible. very interestingly of their trip,I 1 the boxing show are requested to;cost of employes and equipment at I i. subsistence on a wage of $22, The party ]left on the afternoon and temp, harmonic co-ordination I
"M-wanalesa murders." ,I and told of the many pleasures see either Oliver Armayor or: the transfer rack. j jCRUISERMANATI I monthly. It could not be 'done j 'train for homestead and from I I of action, and pantomine. I II I act. The administration

\ Mwanalesa proclaimed himself afforded during the journey at:' John Borden, referee of the contests Another person interviewedwas there will motet to Minneapolis. 1 i I For children over- :5 years of hopes to place ita farm, program

"watch tower" leader and savior the many points included in their;I and. receive full information i ii one who is well acquainted I I age special classes will] be ar-;I: beyond threat of court tests on

of black Africa, preaching that I I itinerary while en route to the i as to how the exhibition will be.taged. i with conditions. lie said "I have' ranged with two classes a 'week,, constitutional grounds.
I given this matter deal of MANY MARRIAGE I '"
the whites must be slain or driven convention city ; in technique and one in creative It explains the attempts to
out. Garbed in white robes he I I The main portion of the trip An event that has captured the i ARRIVES IN PORT thought and investigation and'find :,I' dancing. amend the social bill
security in
baptised thousands of disciples, was made by steamer route, the interest of the children is KeyWeil's that the rate for unskilled' LICENSES ISSUED'I Adult classes will be held twice I
incidentally holding those he dis-I I delegates boarding a ship at Miami .j own Independence Derby.I j i labor is usually $2 per day. For] weekly and in addition to creative:,I the senate. Senators such *.
George of .Georgia aDd King ot
semi !I
liked under water until they which took them to the. Six horses are being groomed to I VESSEL OWNED BY ARTHUR skilled labor $3 and for I Ii dancing there will be limbering I! Utah who sat 6n state;
nearest rout to Mexico for silver after i skilled labor the least paid is $4 a FIFTEEN ARE SHOWN TO stretching, supreme
drowned while his followers, port en trace, a cup shortly body conditioning and
wildly enthusiastic and approving, City, and they claimed that the I the annual parade arrives at SERRA, OWNER PINE- 1 I day"These or $24 a week. I'I HAVE BEEN ISSUED I I splenderizing! exercises. All groups I senate I i benches, sought before to they surround came to the the

sang "Onward, Christian Sol- voyage was especially delightful,I South Beach.HAPPY .. PLANTATIONS are minimum wage\ THIS MONTH i will be kept sufficiently small so;
with safeguard
I scales that measure
I know of even under }i every
diers." while the claimed they enjoyed that each student might be given!

To 'Return'Mwanalcsa every minute of the entire jour- I the overwhelming influences off I June i. the month of marriagesand ; individual attention. I! tion. against adverse court ac
Expected REUNION
; depression. I would not venture '
ney. I i No charge is to be made for any
stockaded Cabin Cruiser Manati, from Havana to what would up-to-date the number of licenses I'I'i Not Unanimous
built a It WM announced at the meeting bay be paid by the of the instructions. I Opinion !

village, armed his followers and today that there- will be no l!1 JOHNSON FAMILY I arrived yesterday, berthedat and government, but I am sure that fice of to Probate wed, issued Judge from Hugh the Gunn of-,I,i J[ Registrations began today and I However, there is by no means

inflicted torture and death on all cession cf the club held next week the Porter Dock company I the wage scale as announced is en sustain the tradition 15 having all persons interested in receiving a unanimity of opinion among
who refused to pay tribute." made regular entry through: the tirely too low." i' instructions members that
due to the fact that Thursday. will t been secured. I are requested to callS23.W congress legilaLion
after 178 known I customs house. Use io Mendiola, After the matter'
Finally mur- talking over enacted the
fall on Fourth of July. for enrollment now being or on
ders, he was captured and ex- There were a few matters of FIVE SIST2RS;:: MEET IN kEY waste:. I with another citizen, who is intensely -' Issues made during the weekending I I administration's program to be
June Earl
ecuted. But superstitious natives minor importance discussed at the i WEST FOR FIRST TIME I The vessel is awned by Arthur interested in the matter Wells and Corinne 27 were Griffin to: William -I STEAMWGATUNDUETOMORROW I passed, is being framed in such a
believe he will return "when he is meeting today and after dispos- Serra, owner of extensive pineapple i front every view point. he voiced and Violet ; : manner as to avoid a head.on,: col.

ready" to lead them against the ing of the routine business the I IN FIFTEEN YEARS plantations in Cuba who is the thought that if the new wage. Angel l Albury Delgado and Juanita Kemp Isabel l; i i iI iI I I lision with the.. court in the

whites. session was ordered adjourned.ROTARTDELEGATES. I in Key West spending a few days II scale was placed at $8, $12 and Curry Richard II. Adams and I I! future. .. '
Now, according to ''reports: I For the first time in 15 years with Jam ,Jloore, bead of the"J $16 for the three classes, this Mary ;Elise Edgar Cecil Rafiew 1 II, There U..some doubt as to the
reaching here a new ")rw five sifters> daughters of !Mr. and J edyForwardin: company, who I would come to two thirds of the Cleora ; proposed amendment to AAA' in
claiming to be imbued\ "iIP'a.1! : Mrs. C. C. Johnson are together! 1 bandies all business of Mr.. : Serra i prevailing minimum; rate, "''butt\ Curry. I" that fjie} ,secretary of agriculture
flaming spirit of the ''<'vful leader.) : in Key West and enjoying a delightful coming into Key West. I i would still be far below what! was' ELEVEN PASSENGERS ON VES-j I !titr-retains power to regulate tho

is inciting the blacks to violence.PEARLMAN'S HEARD AT MEETING I family reunion'with their f Mr.. Scrrji. will leave on the 'stated as the rate for cities farther CUBA TRANSPORTS I SELTOSTOPAT !..production aikLial j of many farm

parents and other relatives.Mrs. :vessel Saturday for Miami and: north. I J L IprdWt*. t *.ra"! {#,
:SALESTARTS'TOMORROW I :. Clifford G. Hicks and Mrs. spend a vacation of about two I I It would, he said, give the man; 120 PASSENGERS KEY WEST *j The' taxing clause in the social

Ei nest Ramsey: two of the sisters,I. months fishing and enjoying himself out of employment sufficient tot I !I. security bill to set up a system of
WARREN BATES AND CA.I! of Key West were some time ago before leaving for the north, live on, and at the same time not i I I II social insurance causes apprehen-

joined by their sister, Mrs. Joe when the be taken be sufficient to warrant him reifusing I'I Steamship Gatnn. of the Standard -]'I Zion in some quarters. Authorities
,i back to her home port.COLOlEDW. Steamship Cuba of the P. and I
AVatkins. who with Mr. Wat ins I I more lucrative employment : Fruit and Steamship company -1 on constitutional law. among than:
O. S. S. sailed
MEETINGDr. I arrived from Tampa. Later this I when offered by other sources, company yesterday I left Philadelphia Tuesday I J', democrats, contend the supreme
afternoon with 99 first class
year another sister. 1\lu. George than those provided by the KOYi -! passengers 'morning and is due to arrive in 'I I court has ruled many times such
FIRST EVENT OF KIND AT \ 21 second class, six tons
arrived nth :Mr. McKean
McKean, I i ernment i, port tomorrow consigned to the;: a tax is not due process.
QUALITY SHOP IN William R. Warren, WilliamL. from San Francisco, and today ".All of the persons approached'! of 98 freight sacks of, seven mail.Ferry automobiles and I i: Porter Dock company 'I''I Similarly, the taxing clause in

Bates and Sebastian Cabrera.I another sister Mrs. C. C. Kemp,I GIVEN HEARING deplored the fact that the pay': Palma of the F. E. c. !! There are 11 passengers on the the Coffey coal bill is believed by

THREE YEARS Jr.. delegates from Key West to i arrived from AU-any, N. Y. (I II schedule as provided for Key West Car Ferry arrived vessel, tourists taking advantageof I II i many to be in danger of running
company yes-
the International Convention of, Mrs. Knapp came in company s was so meager and unsatisfactory.' 'I the attractive rates offered by I i I squarely 1 into supreme court decisions
afternoon from Cuba with
!I Rotarians in Mexico City, returned -I with her parents who have been I WAS ARRAIGNED ON CHARGED!' and were of the opinion that if four empty cars and 117 sacks of this line for trips to Key West and J Ji I affecting taxation and
Summer Clearance Sale at Joe this morning on the Havana Blending several weeks in Miami 'the matter was presented to +he] mail. i ports in Mexico.! I coercion.

Pe rlm..ns' Inc. starting tomor-'I SpecUL and Tampa, and arrived on the I OF ASSAULT AND j i iI i proper authorities in Washington: Freighter Ozark. of the Clyde-I I As ia usual with arrive of the I I May Vote 'Aye' Anyway

row morning at 8:30 o'clock, They returned in high spirits Havana: Special this morning. there would, possibly, be romef' : vessel the passengers will be entertained ,
BATTERYMoses i i Mallory Lines is due to arrive There are those like Senator
be of the outstanding !, changes made in the scale!; by J. Gerry Cart's, work
promises to one !I and were unanimous in declaringthat wage from New Orleans tomorrow night I .:! Wagner who believe firmly] in the
take which would be in line with. director of the FERA,and Charles ,
Felling events to the trip was wonderful from more .
FOUR BUILDING I : with freight for Key West. After I i constitutionality of the mean'irrs
in i the idea of sufficient i Taylor of the Porter 1 1I
place at this store many years. every standpoint and they had colored providing discharging: the vessel l will sail forSiihf'a manager now\ being enacted; who behoOVe
Green was arIraigned'yesterday
"A the large advertisement -I minute work with reasonable ramunera i! Dock company I i
glance at enjoyed every of their ex- id Jacksonville.
f in the court of \ i I :;: congress following the injunction
ISSUEDDuring The vessel will take oil and
carried by the Quality periences. PERMITS tion for those who are in need. Steamship Medinaof the on ,
same of the court in the Schechter
Shop on Page Four of this issue Justice of the' Peace assault Frank and O.j I line, is due in port Monday night i possibly water.and proceed to i i case when it was ordered to charta
Roberts charges of j!
on Frontera Mexico
will convince the most skeptical -I ,
even from will take :
f JACKSON DUE on cargo clearer and more defined coarse
i ;
of the tremendous values! to SERGT. BERGFELD the week ending today, battery J I
and sail for Charleston and New
to what affects interstate
he had in this sale," Mr. Pearl- Jane 27. there were four build- Evidence showed "that Green ,i i i 'I 1 as commerce
man states. ing and repair permits issued assaulted another",j egn and after I I I i FOR PROMOTION; York. "MELODY HOUR i'I and what does not.
VISIT do not but most of
had ?
Kor-the opening day the adver- from, the office of Building Inspector -, tie him' whipped "stomped"
tisement carries a number of very Harry Baker, for the ..following ,- him. according to one of the prin LARGE TARPON HERE TONIGHT i i them probably" will vote to pass
the measure They are not yet
special values dress good. b : t cipal
shoes, ready-to-wear on silks and cot'I H. Bergfeld, sergeant!' instructor General repairs; at 618 Simon-, Green was held ia bond of $200 Lieutenant W. B. Jackson, U. 't;I I II ready to admit the unconstrtntion- l-
s.1 TO MOUNTED the New Deal's
tons. On these opening day itemsa I of the 265th Regiment C. A..I ton street. Owner, M. A. and ILa I Ifor the nest term of criminal communication officer ality of major
limit has been placed on the I Florida National Guard who was, Albury Estate; cost. $50. (court charge at the Key: West l I Wen-known local artists will i I purposes.

amount allowed each customer. in Key West' for a short visit, re- 4 New fence on Duval street; In court of Peace Justice' Ro-j Station, was selected on June 13i j i I present the sixth Kq West Melody
This is a, store-wide sale in,f turned to headquarters in :Miami.'near Virginia street. Owner,j gelio Gomez Willie Bilou. also I for promotion to the rank of lien, The giant tarpon caught yester- Hour tonight at 8 p. m. in the VERY LARGE APPLES

which there U nothing reserved., Sergeant Bergfeld's visit was Cuban Club; cost $50. 1 colored, was given a preliminary I II 4 I tenant commander. j jI day by Leo Haskins at the ""back-: Colonial Hotel The group v under -
and The lieutenant will be eligible door" of the tropical aquarium is I the direction of Commodore NAG AM O, Japan. Apple
Thrifty Key West shoppers who connection with instructions on Repairs to porch at 326 William hearing on charge of vagrancy i
want real savings will find Pearl-''in nge drills, which is an important street Owner. G. N. Goshorn; drunkenness. He was placed ender for this rank when sufficient va- to be mounted without cost and von Mietk-Linb, H D. W. weighing eight pounds each have
man's the right place to shop part of the curriculum of the officers cost $25.New I bond of $100 for Ms appearance I cancies Occur, which will in all II presented to the aquarium by) An enjoyable hour .is awaiting been grown; by Ichitaro Matsudaof

while this sale is going) on, it istated. and men of the national or- roof at 3 Hunts Village. at the next term ef criminal probability be some time during Ygnacio Carbonell taxidermist asa I those who will attend this informal this city. Although sour, they

ganization. Owner, R. E. Knowles; cost, $100. court. the next year. ,- gift to the city. \ affair. have a good flavor.


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JUNE 27, 1935.
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fjc He* 3@rft Cttijtn THE GROWTH OF KEY WEST 1 ....................... ............000.........

Y Let's lose KEY WEST IN I!Today's:: Birthdays i!: 'L[ TODAY'S WEATHER 1 1I. f,: Today In History
not of the
sight fact
THE Published CITI8KX Party P\:.Except rVBLlSHUfdjCO Sunday,By INC. growth of Key West the public improve-that the DAYS GONE : ....... ..... ........ I' I I........................
, I Helen A. Keller afflicted author -
L. P. ARTMAX PraUe 3T:1 I 1776;-San Pranctsco founded
'. JOE ALLEN A........ 11..1..... MaaarrrProm ments that can be made,' and the advantages Happenings Her Just lecturer and scholar whose I. Temperature- 1 I] Florida: Partly cloudy with ts a Stamsh post' and mission! etaton. -

.' The CItlsen :banding that will accrue in the way of Ago Today A* Taken life-story is an inspiration bornat Highest ......_.._.--__...___. m..87- !1 local thundershowers Friday anti : .
Comer..Green and ABB Street cultural is dependent The Filet Of Toe Citizem : Tmcumbia! Ala, 55- years ago. r Lowest '.,-.'"_.._''.'' 76'I in north toni ht.I .
. -. progress absolutely I I I Mean .._........._.._...___ I portion
lr Dlly NewapA"r In Key wet and Monro. upon the amount of money that stays in $16.000j I Dr. Frank R. Lillie University I II Normal Mean .........._................83 I Jacksonville to Florida Strait! : 1776-Anry's first execution in
County. Key West.. A is Permits totaftinsr of'I Moderate northeast and cart: sew York-Thomas Hickey
city just like an individualit Chicago zoologist, president i Rai.fan'Yesterday's
issued from the office of I I lof I j t guard convicted oi the plot to
were cap
Entered at Key W* t, Florida a second elaaa matter is the money saved that makes it financially Building Inspector Ralph Pindet I I I the National Academy of Sciences I Precipitation .01 Ins. winds; weather partly overcast,,i ture General Washington and turn
born in Toronto, Cana., 65 Normal Precipitation .11 Ins.'This probably with showers
able to afford better things. during: the month of June. This is I. over north hm over to British.
years ago.. __.. 2. .... portion, and
reseed period tonight
Memkr ., ... Aaaa lat.. PrraaThe The money that the citizens of Key one of the largest months this ....... a. Ii :rl.ek tab e.ral.a.r 1 I Fast Gulf Friday.
> : Moderate
.... ocI.ted Pre. Is exclusively entitled to use year te date, but the outlook for : .t..rr.w* Almaaac 1783 (150 ) Died, !
West make and eat" winds.WEATHER. years ago
month is asset to the
repualicatton of all news dispatches credited tot every an LuiUung pclviitiesbnla much large Dr. Ruf""osn.'Ofl tW ) _Klemsmid, Sunrises ...._n_........ 5:49': a. m.i i Uostwn aged .Samuel Mather. 1 j
'{ or not otherwise credited lit this paper and also city but if every cent was sent away for er healers can!4 d Iered' excellent president of Univ. of Southern I, Sun "sets ... ....n..n.. 7:20 p. m.lHoonrjses Congregational. derjrjmai and .
the local aers published here.'NATIONAL the purchase of supplies and commodities, for the immediate future. California, Los Angeles, born tt .. ." ...,..,.. 33Iam.'I CONDITIONS author eon of famous Cotton f

EDITORIAL) we would all be, broke in two months. The !I Sandwich ilL., 60 years ago. 'I'Moon.sets ................ .... 5:43 p. m. Pressure is low this morning! Mather. I
Telegrams from Tallahassee are I Tomorrow Tide I! }
t over the Lake Superior re-jrion -
ASSOCIATION amount of that circulates in I !
money Key to the.effect that the,till President Charles. MacCrack. i A.M. P.M Duluth Minn., 29.76
cA l 9 3 3 inches! and 1829-Died. aged 64, Jamt'IIf'mitltsGn. !
-I West from one citizen to another and the Monroe county water creat.intt'l I en of Conru, State College, bornin Hijrh .-._._.n___ 7C 9 20 relatively low in the lower Rio KajrU scientific writ-

srsscniPTiof! RATES another and so on, is the money that increases district, which parsed Ohio, 53 year ago. I Low .__.....__ .....12.24: 2.30;) Grande Valley. BrowimiHe! Tex- : tr. who for no known reason!

One Tear .-....__n............... ... ---$!.... values and permits trade to of the 1925 legislature, died a natural .1! Barometer 8 .a. m. today a!'. 29.92 inches; while moderate; left about half a nirttton tollarv
SiX Moths .m .IT i Los prosper death ts a result of an oversight William T. Grant of New York i Sea level, 29.97.WEATHER high pressure areas overspread, to U. S. to found Smithsonian! In- I
Three Months _._.__..._... ., 2.61 in the enrolling or engrossing chain department store b@'ad..LOrn' most other e4ctions! On Month ..........-- .. ,- ,,. ..06Weekly I The above statements being the truth department of the senate M 1'enn.,. 59 yean ago.; ]I FORECAST Rocky Mountains Little Rock. ;
____ .
.24 Ark, 30.Of; inches and Hattera ,
I and have who
we never anyone 181-1-J0'f'pft Smith, Mormon
ADVERTISING RATES A jolly good time was had by D.I (Till 8 p. rru, Friday) N. C. and Charleston! S. C.
would deny them, why isn't it worth the Julius Klein of Washington, I founder. kiNed by mob at Carthage -
Rn rt ls known SO 12 inches.
on application. Light to moderate
all who attended the entertainment
Key West and Vicinity: Partly
C.? former Assistant Secretary 01 Illinois.19I8ant.
while of every good citizen to think seri offered the Clearwater and I rains have occurred during! the last I
; and
Commerce born at San Jose CaL. cloudy tonight Friday prole51.e
reading notices, cards of thanks resolutions ofreepert ously upon this vital question and resolve St. Petersburg scouts by Troop 4. 49 :24 hours in the Lake region, and -
obituary notices, et*. will be charged for at to spend his money in Key West whenever Girl Scouts, and Troop 5. Boy years! afro.; i -f 'there have been local showers and i II name drawn. under I
the rate of 19 rents a line Scouts last evening at the ght- thunderstorm in Arkansas southern draft. for war rvw-e.
Notices for entertainments. by churches from which possible? The writer of this column does house rounds. Music, with sing. : Dr. Heber D. Curtis astrono-i Texas and the Florida penin-:i I
a. revenue I* to b. derived are 5 cents a line. not expect the impossible; neither do the \yig and amusement! of various mer-director of the UniT. of! !ula the rainfall being heavy at cut the country from the Plam-: \
The CitUen Is an opea forum and invites discussion I !Michigan Observatory, born at Miami 1.72 incbrs Temperature < States h.-ar.l
kni U, were provided find the) t'a.*;
of public Issues and subjects of local or general business men of Key West. ,: !' have been slight and readings '
boys and girls had delightfultime. Muskegon Mich., 63 years affo. changes : G. S. KENNEDY,
interest but it '''win'not. publish anonymous eommuBldatlons. Key West business men are in business Superintendent and Mrs. ,. I continue seasonable" throughPALACE : ; Official in Charge.
I I of aguardiente, 35 barrels of beer,l .
: -- -- --- I
to money but they have sense Dementt left nothing undone to L4TJe,0
which brought from Cuba.Mrw I
I was
enough know that the cheaper they sell tnake-the evening* a memorable: : I I
., goods the more of them they will sell. Big one > I i Katherine Shaw, .of ;West f John Wayne in I
Palm Beach celebrated the.10th Partly Cloudy Thundershowers
fortunes are made by large volumes of .
I ...'.
Key W Oldest
Miss Florence
:y. { wedding '
i : I business not by enormous profits on small !aiaclue'and ,Noel Solomojr will be I anniversary beach party of at her South, birth Beach with, y&Vtcrday a ably local thunderstorms Friday; I ON All PROBATION Star Cast! in ,f !4-ti--.l.....c. 3rvU.,

1. Wat 4 r.and'Sewerage. volume. The local merchants know this fcctemnlzed >T es4ay evening 8 afternoon on the porches gentle to moderate easterly winds I Licensed; Emkclmcr
-.tt n'l.r o'clock in the First Method Matinees lO-15c; Night S-2kc I Pb..lati >trht dtee W
as well as anybody else and most of them of La Bma. There were large
2. Bridge*_ complete Road to Main I, bridal 'Jaek..ulllr s l.redlag le.tel'
J church. Members of the _
number of Katherine's little -- .
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J a3. nd. are trying to attract trade in volume. Irma THE SEMINOLE '
party will be Mrs. friends who joined with her in ------=-*.- .
FT*e Port. I To do this they must mark their goods matron of honor; Miss making the occasion a memorableone : (
; curry'l
I at Curtis, maid of honor; in which I
attractive prices. They must handle every way was pleasant
4. Hotels<< and Apartments tie Solomon. De sie
; I dependable merchandise. They must, and Edna Mackie bridesmaids Flower and exciting. We will be pleased to have you consult u. about

5. Bathing Pavilion. they do, stand behind the things they sell. girls will be Misses'< Gwynette! r r iqlr c, l, how 1 t
C. E. Chillmgworth and you can
6. Airports-Land and Sea. I Thompson Shirley Almyda, Helen Judge I 1
The bigger their business the cheaper
Y grows Leland Hatch both of West Palm
?Folomon Laverne Lowe and Barbara .
7. of County and City 1i
{they can sell everything they handle. CuIT)'. Master!:: Jack Solano Beach are in Key West today on .
, :' Governments The bigger* their business grows the more will bf ungbearer and Master business in connection: with the n i

men they employ the better salaries they i IJlrie Gwynn will be t1'aiYlbearu.1 member naval reserve They of are which guests they are of Z. I ICRAil. Build Buy, or

., ..
pay, and the larger Key West grows. (Lieutenant J. II.'Thomas, who bin JnrkM lll .
1 B. GRIM=: MMIwhrre j
Editorial Some of Refinance Your Homeor
comment ware
: charge' of naval reserve mattersin
-- THE. .KEY'. WEST CITIZEN Now the average citizen, in any line warned against overeating. West. A hun... home-like Institution I
I I Key will find "I"Id..1
-, .:.:; is interested in bigger local business be- Difficult to overeat at present I I_.fe..you..* ....1'1.1.y mr.... a mattrr -

WILL always seek the truth and print H cause that means more economic openings prices for food.II. Of much interest to Key W !lt-I of great Importance.A .

::without fear"'and without favor; never be more workers needed, higher salaries, :- en" is the announcement of the steel. ttrrfrmmt M/idlee. tasslyd J repair or modernize any type of
B. Boyer, meteorologist; at marriage of Miss Lillian Hecht,I tbr hrr f the rely
afraid to attack or to applaud right and better living conditions. The successof --- t building on insured credit
.:.: ; the local weather bureau has received -! daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. nvry Room with Combination Tub -
.always fight for progress; never be the organ one means the success of all. A city orders to proceed to the I Hecht of Tampa and :Max Davis,I ana shower Itath. Radio. Kltrle I|
Oilmtc gun Slat lioor for SummerVentilation
or the mouthpiece; of any person clique, grows and prospers as its businesses grow central bureau at Washington! fort:son of Mrs. S. R. Davis formerlyof Comfortable Beds with I]
a conference with heads of Key West. The ceremony was Mattresses e' Inner Spring; Con- The First National Bank of West
i faction or class; always do its utmost for the and prosper. bureau. He will leave this eve rerformed at Rodolph Sholm fitroctlon and Individual Rai.' Key
ing Lamp I IRATK9
S public welfare; never, tolerate corruption or We do not ask any reader of this ping over the Florida Fast Coast 1 Synagogue Tampa Thursday 7 j jSUfle 1

,. :injustice) 'denounce -vice and praise virtueromm'end ; column to pay a dollarextra to buy any Boyer Railway and accompanied their by Mrs.1 o'clock by Rabbi Adolph Burger. 1'* KMWI. frintf Ra.b _._ BXIWIM : : .' Approved Mortgage Under! the

"''- good done by individual or organ thing offered for sale in Key West. Whatwe Miss Rosalind : B..... Private Balk ._.__ OJMi!
nddaUghter.1 4* nK a. Private Hath 3.M{
ization; tolerant of others' rights views and! ask the buyer to do is to realize be- Mr' Boyer's absence KEY WESTCOLONIAL 24. KMiMa. Private Hath aJMjl : FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION
_. .
!'I. l !! Private Hath 4 O.1|
j opinions; print only news that will elevate fore buying anything that there are two will be in charge of HOTELIn MIGHT INCHRA FOR UOIOL.B':
Observer S. M. Goldsmith.
ant '
_and not contaminate the reader;'never compromise classes of merchandise, that put out to sell 1 the Center of the Business OCC"PANCY I

with principle. for a cheap price and that put out to sellas After fighting fire, set by the : and Theater District -- -- -- -- --------- -' -

the best of quality. The former is un crew of the rum running Motor- .4TII.-JITI.lIII:
boat Leo. for 45 minutes the crew I First CU._ r.prr- :....................................................... ..............
certain apt to be satisfactory and just as
of the Coast Guard Cutter 298 .
The Sn ibl. Rale
average lawyer's brief is any- apt to fail. The latter meets many elaborate last night succeeded in towing the ..
flung but. tests designed to show its worth burning vessel with a load of COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI .

and when sold'to the customer is I liquor into port at 1 JO o'clock this
. finally
the Elevator
The three on
men Carat
If Huey Long is not upright he must
backed by money back guarantee. : rum runner were all Key Westen.I Popular Price.. ej
be horizontal and that .is how his enemies Local merchants, as a rule, have to I The capture consists of 350 gallons! .

would like to see him. _. .
handle quality merchandise because they -- -- ------ --- .

have to depend on the continued trade of

A German has invented a pillow their customers for success. One false You are WELCOME to brouse 1

which prevents snoring. Probably a small .
sale, one worthless article, will ruin astore.s
one to be stuffed in the mouth. with customer. Thatis 0 0a
why reputation local merchants a guarantee quality z around our store, you will find =

i-: Grouches,objeEt| *toy dial telephones .
that means "satisfaction or money back.
because tliej?misa the pleasure' of bawlingout .... lot of useful and decorative

the patient central operator. AID FOR COMMUNISM ; .

I d :i: .0'0 things for home such as
A man with shdr, rms.fa.grievously Charging that funds of the Federal ; i
Relief Administration are being used to directly .. "
handicapped when trying to :describe the .
promote the teaching of Com.* ctt ., :
length .ot the fish triatfgot away.
; munism, the Federal Grand Jury Association s t v :

Baltimore man slipped in a bathtub of the southern district of New York OffER Electric Toasters and Grills Electric Fans jS d

has asked for Senate
a investigation.
and broke
a leg. We always did insist

Ui those things were dangerous. According newspaper to the the New nation's York most Times reliable : Electric Sad Irons Flashlights j jLight

the association is composed of .

A into share-the-wealth a share-the-burden program with may the develop inent men who have served on many Lehmann.The Federal prom- EXTENDED y jf 1jy Bulbs and Fixtures Dinner and Tea Sets &e

Governor .
grand juries including
load on the backs of the working man. w
association relief
asserts that

been students ISo aSI m.= Bake Glass Ware Water Sets is
funds have used
pay a lo.
Helen Wills, trying for a comeback in 2 P......cae....2 a.s(-sag i
week to be taught Communism and lists i.ue.; I bottle csissp;
teimis honors may be :Moody but that will I Louie .. I ba..
the topics for study the following: Until July 11 you can bacw. s lb. A5Iia'iB a
not be a handicap in her efforts to regainber among i lt'< c-* 4 La cocvMbcr Liquor Sets Artistic Console Sets
. lost championship. "How to foment a strike;" "How to.. place GENERAL ELECC C\\e[F, at.ae :MSVS &

take over the industries of the United TRIC REFRIGERATOR in STHJafrASlT.1: ; !"
---- > :
In Rostand's play "Le Chanticler", States, especially munition plants;;** "How : your home for a down pay a.urs lard, a.s.2 i left oc *over.sea hems coa-

the cock the to bring about the general strike and then i of Klti..fa.tta'ii"wiie. 'i '
\ thought sun rose at dawn because mnt only $1.00. ; A Full Line of Aluminum Ware Kitchen :

he crowed and had the barnyard seize and operate the plants;" and ''"How l ', 1 ,: I ? ,

I fowl believing it until one morning a del to overthrow the United, .States. government 1, : This refrigerator' has the famous sealed s: Utensils, And--Well Just Drop In And :{ !Ii

signing hen engaged his attention while and establish a Soviet'Union'e' __, :: t j-j I e in mechanum; and the fire year protec- .

:. the sun was rising and hi* boasting' was I IJ Commenting on the foregoingArthe;: *;1 S tiTe pla .U included in the initial price. I : See For Yourself ? 0 0i

detected. So it is with the NRA. Weeks Nashville Banner says: "No graver 'offence 'I ,-. :

... have passed, and the dire consequences against the spirit to the sentimentsand j

.. -l predicted by its protagonists have not rights of the citizens of this country i Monthly Payments I

come to pass. On the contrary, conditionsfor could be conceived than that public funds I i "Your home is worthy of the best" 5

the better are evident. The stock market -' are being. used for the sinister purpose 1 I $2.00vith your light bill i

," which is a thermometer of the nation's I alleged. I 1 f
South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. j
:.. economic condition has improved and con- { It seems incredible that such a situa

S tinues bullish., The prices of some goods] tion could exist but the.matter should be

-. have been cut, some wages reduced and looked into. It could not exist without the The Key West Electric Company "I Phone 598. White and Eliza Streets :?

: some working time increased.: So whatj 1- knowledge and connivance of officials of J I .....................................................................:.
- now, my man? J the government. i 1/1I1I/////J.


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I ENEnirsss I x I H 'I TO.SUBSCRIBERSIf -" .'I I eeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Classified Column I

you do net receive} year 1 /. ..---.. .--. e-/eee eee e--- _
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SPORTS by 6:15 o'clock in the !!
aJIOPMdr *Uo" Rtdt hail
mothertag. protectlre Instinct of ft PERSONAL ROOMS
..". ...that tie can<"..*.erma afternoon call telephone 51 ; |
tkt hud *..* liar .uer'"IIN. tot woman latent la the girt, rose at -- -
e. fill <*. .as:. boat ...<<11 leer the thought of Jetting Robert marry and a paper will be tent to I: STOMACH ULCER: GAS "THE' MUNRO" -Rooms $2-00.
/.'''ar. Co****, .*4 acrwif ti e. aett for Skala a/tcr tAe eeee- Daphne Sumers. But had she Ue r year home. A complaint boy !i INDIGESTION victims, why'suffer $%50 and $3.00 per) week.
t.eomr, D.pa.. A.e a.a.a.r. courage to tell him outright .a-i- Double and Sm d*. 128 N. E.
::r e-b.. 4 .OstoeIZY 1iay+n1S !. OB daty at this office from ? For quick relief.get i
fam.mnd .AKtom east (ktefcinny .,s his anger and disbelief Or free of doctor's j 4th Street, Miami, Fla
sample Udga j
chaK'1 ,
,. wont liar fmtkfr Ovy l.t&nfey. she speak herself to -- 6>15 to 7:15 p. m. for the I iune26ImoxWANTED
ic A* i(0kl( aor Helped All.oarot prescription, at Gardner'si
mat ..* teeew..A4 fcetovm The curtain felL Robert purpose of delivering complaint .

k. Let lied I. her. and very went still In out her to corner.smoke. Alison sat PIRATES DOWN I SOFTBALL GAME i 1 RECREATION TEAM *. Help as give you 100 jun Pharmacy.19-20-2V26-27auly2-3-S-9--;.

Chapter S* Daphne was lying back In her l I i J pretest service by caling 51 10-llx ;' SHELL QUOTATIONS DIRECT

POINTBLANK QUESTION chair, the Immense fox collar of her BOSTON BRAVESIN ON FRIDAY NIGHTBy I DOWNS\ LIGHTHOUSE if you do not receive The Cit :I, FROM COLLECTOR, shippedfob.
Heart Clam Panama Fighting
evening coat like a huge arch behind Zen I
-tUHT.7e1o Senor Gomp x. were her sleek black head with Its little DOUBLE BILL! : Conch Pink Conch, etc,

1* off tomorrow. Daphne Snmeraaaswered. crown of curls She sat playing) with ( JOVE) 11 DIAMONDBALL CAME LAST .I'.I.I'I'I'.Ar .6'.A I I SMALL WHITE PUPPY on Unit:1:1!: and She!! Lamps. Turner Mfg
aid TIB we mean jetting to catch the yonknow afternoon the long gold chain of her mesh bag. 1 j The. ,Busy Bees -will cross bats l, ed Street, Phone 32_-W Co., Ventnor, N. J jnn21-6tx
I ----- ------
her gaze drifting slowly across the Funeral dia- EVENING RESULTS IN GAMES TODAY 1 l t jun25-3t
F boat''Tbat crowded rows below.It I NEW YORK GIANTS DEFEAT; with the Lopez ,Home -I 'I WANTED-3000 Key Westers to

Is fortunate for me. since I stopped at'the end of the third'1 mondball ten Friday night at Bay- SCORE OF 19-14 AMERICAN LEAGUE t!Ii i BLUE PARASOL, with initials!) thorocghlv enjoy themselves on
shall be oa the same train. Ha said ; Park. Fourth of July Apply during
row.rested there and Alison almost view I
Washington! at New York-: T Bon handle Saturday,
that direct to Alison and underlined exclaimed aloud.It was as If Dapbnehad DODGERS WIN FROM CAR. The "softball contest will beginat I Burke vs. Ruffing. I! June 22: at Monroe Theater.!tI tbe morning at South Beach.
It with a langncrons. caressing turned Into another At Kappa Pi Club. jun266tRUSSELUS
fiasco that made her tarn abruptly cne moment hard, self.possessed.person. I DINALS 8 o'clock. Batteries will beWard. j i|I Last ..lIight'th(By JOVE Lighthouse) and Boston at Philadelphia-W. .I Reward if returned to. 5l4 -- -.. .-
with her bead Acevedo for : Ferrell vs. Marcrnu Margaret street jnn25
away. But even cynical:the ext her whole face softening and M. the;( the Recreation tens played their
turned, her eyes on Daphne she the thin lips; drooping sadly r Bakers and C. Gates and Ingra-1:I!first came of the play-off for the Detroit at Chicago-Crowder!

could feel him watching her and herrepahioa the eyes filled with hungry longing I (a ..isl .. Tae liw.> ham for the Embalmers. i championship of the Social League, vs. Kennedv. scheduled. FOR RENT

-You'll grew.be oa that tralarDaphnes and with lore NEW YORK, Jar.e. 27.-The .On' Monday night the Recreation .:)and almost made a record for runs Only games- i I :s

surprise was shrill yet .was scarcely necessary: for Alison Pittsburgh Pirates climbed into ten will meet the Lighthouse I I I scored hits and errors made in a NATIONAL LEAGUE BICYCLES-WE RENT by the

Alison felt sure she had arrangedthe to look down and. see who sat second place in the National crew for the second game of their. single game.: Philadelphia at Boston-Two Hour, Day er Week. Repair
j The combined resmlts show that all makes and paint them with
i whole thing. "You're leaving ,in that end seat League as they humbled the for the champion J3mes-Walters: vs. Smith; Bow-I
play-off series
33 ruruwere scored 32 hits Ku-EnaraeL We full
England at once then?- As he did "She Ions Compel )Just as I tore I were attn vs. Brandt. ., carry a
feckless Craves of 4-2
by scores: made and 23 errors marked for the CIGAR STORE0
not answer she repeated sharply Guy!" And with that thought her ship of the Social League. up. Only games scheduled supply of parts. Agent
and 5-1. At bat the leaden J. Walker
Are.yon tearing England?" natural generous sympathy came were Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.

"What? Oh. yea I must get back j uppermost. She could pity Daphne The Giants completed their Sr.. Q. Lopez. and Dion, with" theatrical! and operatic singer, And sell them as low as $5.0ii -o-
to.'work.* and she wondered In a bewildered I home stand against the invading : LEAGUE STANDINGSAMERICAN three hits each In the field J. born at Akron 0. Died in New: down and $1.00 per week. WeBuy

l western club3 of the National Albury Mathews starred.A. Demeritt, Griffin and 'York City, Oct 17, 1898. and Sell all makes of used Baseball ReturnsBy
y Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.
League victoriously by downingthe Score by innings; R. H. E. I II' Stowers company 615 Duval
Club- W. 1. Pct IL Wire
Chicago Cubs 5,.to 2. behind Recreation- "
street. apr9-tf
1850 Lafcadio
New York 38 23 .G23 Hearn, ill-fted 1
the fine of II&l Schu- 630 601 003 19 18
10 I
pitching Cleveland .__..'.=..: 34 2& .5'76 :g.niuly many of whose journalistic :I -0-
4 mechcr. 100 310 090 14 14 13
Chicago .._"_ 31 24 '..56.JDetteit' : years were spent here, author COTTAGE FOR RENT-Completely COME IN AND GET THE
The Dodgers preserved the tradition _.._.._ 33 %8' .341 Batteries. Lopez. McCarthyand I interpreter of Japan, bornin the I furnished with linens'I I' RESULTS OF THE

of Dodger daffiness as they Boston' _' _._.:...... 30 31 492: I Griffin; C. Stickne,. Roberts. i Ionian Islands of a British army I.I and new Frigidaire. Apply 625, MAJOR BASEBALL
defeated; the Caruinals.; 7 to 5, on]j and F. Stickney. "-
Washington ___:28 33' .4S9 officer and Greek mother Died I Division street. un2o-1 wk
Jimmy Bueher'a tenthinninghome 1 Philadelphia __ 24 33 ..421SL eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeToday's in Japan, Sept. 26 .190 I I I LEAGUES0
run after tossing their .
away Louis __ 18 39 .316 I 1 I PIANO TUNING -
chances of winning in the regula- II I i
I ,tion time. NATIONAL LEAGUE 1872-Paul Lawrence Dnnbar '
..,i The Phillies slugged three Cin- Club- W. L. Pet I Anniversaries one of the greatest poets the Negro. PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo DRINKS,

cinnati hurlers for 14 hits including : -;New York .--._" 41 17 .707 1 I race has produced born at Dayton ;I reno. Excellent piano for sale: ETC.

tg : a pair of borne runs by George I' Pittsburgh _.,-_._ 38 27 .585 eeeeeeeeeeeeeteeeeeeeeee I Ohio. Died there Feb. 1.1 I cheap. 1018 Division streetjun24lmo I I

Watkins and one by Dolph Camil- St. Louis _h_._ 36 26 .581 : 1696--Sir William Pepperefl 1906.

h, to beat the Reds.. 12 to 5 i Chicago .__n_ 33 27 .550 colonial New England merchant, -
The Detroit-Chicago game in l'I Brooklyn __ 28 31 .475 i general and jurist who was madea

xtb's the American League was postponed !Cincinnati _..... 26 36 .419; judge first and studied law afterward -i' "; s. : aemenfihowtthgLelk

on account of rain. There'were i Philadelphia --.- 22 36 .419 *, first! American to be Advent series eu1n4'

no other games scheduled. I':Boston _..._._ 18 42 .300 made a baronet of Britain, bornat one of a Even: 4a post
y Saturday
y.ii The summaries. Kittery Point. Maine. Died The .Time' etC-

--I4-: NATIONAL LEAGUE FINED FOR SMUGGLING "there, July 6. 1759. ? comerLlbertJ.
; I -' Ftrst Game '
& : At Boston R. H. E. i BELFAST.::On"' his way to this: 1806--Paul F. Eve, the Sonth's \.:
g Pittsburgh "'.__".'_ 4 11 0 i city to attend the funeral of his I I grestest surgeon fo his day. born

Boston ...___- 261 :brother, Owen McCaffery was near Augusta. CR. Died in Nashville -
Batteries Bush and Grace; i rested and fined $390 for ar-I Tenn.. Nov. 3, 1877. THIS RELENTLESS SLEUTH RAN DOWN

Cantwell, FranLhouse and Hogan. 'tried to smuggle cattle across! the i

lwi wr, l Irish Free State order. I 1823-Dormaa B. Eaton, New THE UNVARNISHED: ABOUT

Second Game I York laver and civil service reformer -
Gompez bent low over Daphne's hand At Boston R. II. E. II I Hallahan and Davis, O'Farrell; one of the most active of

But though he said that smoothly way if she loved Gompez so much. Pittsburgh .__ 592 Earnshaw Benge, Clark and Amercian civil service pioneers

Daphne had seen him start and drag why did she not marry: him. After Boston ___ 142 ,Lopez. born at Hardwid. Vt. Died Dec.
fcU gaze away from the girl She all.she was a widow and free .-Bstteries. Swift and Padden, I 23, 1899. r;
flatbed a look at Alison and a heavy Impulsively Alison spoke. Pranbhon::: and Mueller i At Philadelphia R. II. H., '-

red color stole Into.ber bony cheeks "Daphnef : Cincinnati ..._...._. 582 I 1840-Earl Bishop dean of
"Its certainly a mistake not to The hard expression snapped back At New York R. II. E. Philadelphia __...._...12 14 41 1 I j bishops of the liI. E. Church, lead
attend to business." she agreed; into place as if released from a Chicago ............-._ 281- I Batteries: Biennan Derringer,i ii I er in Methodist reunion, born at

even Alison caught the acid note behind spring New York oo. "'_ 580 i Si Johnson\ and Lombardi,Jorge"s, Athens Ohio. Died near there,
that. "Yea?" Mrs Sumers picked up Batteries: Root and Odea; Schu Pczziilo, Syl Johnson and Wilson,: \ug; '18. 1932.
He rose at once. her glasses and looked through themat macher! and Mancuso.
There Is the belt I must get back the box opposite. "Oh. my dear! AMERICAN LEAGUE i 1846-Charles Stewart Pamell, ;

to my seat Au revolt Madame." He Look at that woman! Did you ever At Brooklyn R. If. E. Detroit at Chicago postponed,' Irish nationalist leader, born. t

bent low over Daphnes hand and see such a figure! St. Louis ..___.._...._ 5 8 2 rain.. 'I Died Oct! 6. 1891.1846Henry i

kissed it."An revolr.Mademoiselle." "Daphne will you tell me one Brooklyn ......__._.._ 7 18 1 .. I -li
lie went out with a gliding undulating thing?" l noted
Batteries Walker, P. Collins. Only game scheduled. I E. Abbey,
movement which reminded The glasses dropped. .
Alison of a snake. "limm. What ---- -". -_ --- -- Inspector Faurot of New York Police -..-. --_ --- -=.. '__-.-.
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When the door had shut Daphne "Is Senor Cam pet married rhat who trailed G-3 user across the =.:.::. __.::;x-__ == ;;==-
said In her most plaintive nasal "\\- an extraordinary: question 'C.I'.A'il"'IIIII"'III.AJrII.lII'.II entire United State*-gathered facts =:;.:=-... .' ::=.:"''=d'_-

drone! "He really nice. Oompez: !Although she laughed there whlch'show this tire stands up :.:'::-:=: : -::"
be a not a Spaniard, though. I believe was a hint of fear in Daphne eyes. better than claimed. <' :::=- .,,::.=;;:

he Is a Colombian or some- "As a matter of fact. I don't believe a i 1 1iiiii : U.:.. ...:___... ___LPROVEDGR"EATER _.....;_-. __
thing Spanish.American anyway he is. Why do you ask?"
but he was a wonderful friend to me "1 wondered. ." Always shy the I : Ii I; \ / 1s 1\\
suffering acutely under
when I had trouble over. my passports girl was SAFETY AND
once. That why I m so glad; those pointedly amused eyes.
to be able to recommend him and "Dont tell me you've fallen la #; I
use his hotel now.TilE ." love with him at first sight!" -
Daphne's laugh was shrill and unpleasant 43 % MORE NON-SKID MILEAGE

curtain had gone Jnft. gatn!: I' .S
bad come back Into the "Ot course sot I dldn enn--

bob and was sitting between his Alison stopped confused. For July 4th trip and .
daughter and Lanceeb4lisoyltered : ."Then why.do you want to knowIf your -

by ber father from Daphne he is married There was' t trips to invest
faint breathlessness in that question. many, many ;
keen eyes leaned forward lookingat '
the stage,although she neither now in the SAFETY this Greatest
It hideously difficult
beard a word or saw the actors. Her was difficult : I
whole mind was concentrated on a Alison pulled her courage round ber S NtlqN Goodyear Tire Ever Built. Come seethe
forced herself to
like cloak speak
single Issue, how could{abe warn a fQl
her father? bluntly. wider flatter thicker tread-
"I only I wondered why didn'tmarry ,
For It had come to that now. ,
'I. To cheat him like that For Compel him. that's aIL closer-nested non-skid blocks and 1
and Daphne were In lore: apart "What on earth do you mean
from the kiss. Daphn bad given Words which dropped oat slowly. riding ribs-and other features
"Nothing. Only-well, the day before -
herself away by the add note In her
voice and the flush on her face and yesterday I saw you kiss him
its Extra
that Extra
in your flat." Alison got it out explain Safety, e i I' ALL-WEATHER
Alison/! found it difficult to disguise
her own contempt when Daphne breathlessly. And tonight I could 1 Extra Value.
that In love with him Mileage,
see you were
spoke How to could ber at she all.let her own father and-oh!" Modern Dining Room SuitesYour r ..r

walk blindfold Into sueb'a trap. All- Her voice faDed. She shrank back All Goodyears on
against the silk-lined wall of the box
son asked herself staring wideeyedyet Easy Terms
in sheer panic.
How could
she unseeing put him at on the his stage.guard? For the thin bony face oppositehad home will really not be complete unless there is at least one Speedway Tiresarwl.aa EVIIENCE

If she told him her belief,he would contorted Into snarling anger. modern group in it! And what better room to select than the dining
pallid so that the reddened ttpr
merely scoff at the Idea and, be be stood out like a clowns paint. Butit room? Here is a Suite_ .that fills every requirement for style quality and, r PILES IP. .
put It down to'Jealousy or
angry shocked she should think such was Daphne's eyes which made. of course, value! In richly figured .Walnut! veneers combined with 'other C oMORE
1k1' 80 PHVEI!
things. Daphne had primed him too Alison squeeze back defensively fine hardwoods in a simple, graceful modern style! 43i LES oft
ICoprrigll.1111.Kvety Y.WUtk
And tomorrow at half past one. Alison falls, tomorrow, to corner $82.00 quently exceeded:
they would be married. All the fte. : at --i_ __._..

-_.:: __ ._.._ 1 I 9-piece DINING ROOM SUITE,' ' : ;4 rtWItef.HAtfni l GOODYEAR

tented to three and one half at ..-,. %_ ......- .$100.00 A SAFETY stops cars
CHINESE BEAUTY I I years by the Tientsin district I\ 6-piece DINETTE SETS! quicker in emergency.

court on conviction of cruelty to -$48.00
at .. .-T-. MAWCM.. SUP E R -
: slave girLHundreds 1
i! of housewives girl 5-piece BREAKFAST SETS, j
_.- students, working Jirls.and society at 20.00 CORD gives PROTECTION -
t women crowded the courtroom against blowouts.Yet .
tar As..elaled Press) in true occidental fashion.. FREE-With each Dialog Ream Switoe". .*cIl.*.... de ria. AU-w.!., w. will give. aI COLONIAL SERVICE STATION this Tire-
TIE SIX. June 27.-Beauty t I I BEAUTIFUL WALL MiRROR'ferthe: B.fht( t:
in defendant weight with I II CLARENCE CRUSOE, Prop.. Guaranteedagalrtatroad
a has no ; I DIES FROM INJURIES hazards and defects

Chinese June if the case of JHs I 1 Colonial Hotel BId c. on Fleming, Street. COSTS YOU NO EXTRA
Chen chosem SHREVEPORT. La.-In trying
Ibia"lt-ehun. recently Long's .iwniture' -Store PRICE.
"HM* Tientsin is any criterion out a child's scooter Thomas Hop! .
I kins.73. of this city, fell and fractured .

She got two and one half his. thigh and died of com-. ., ." ,
In jail and her mother was years sen-I pheations a few days-later. -, ,,,,,:; "' ;. .7'
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. r :1 I SUNDAY DINNER : I MEDICAL CLINIC[ ART STUDENTS -roads of, it still remains and animated the best methodof photography : BAD VISION ENDSBOUNCER'S

'::::PERSONAL: : : MENTIONMrs. : ::::: 0 reproducing difficult anatomi-l I

..... Sf' [At The StoresARCHER'S 1 1I cal subjects.: The '
------------------------------------ -------- I DO 'PORTRAI TS' OF OPERATIONSBy fail to reveal depth whereas photographs the:, CAREER

JBlan B. Clemre. Sr., wfco; Thomas Russell deputy sheriff,' fine line drawings of an artist i .
rent to Ptrrine FUu, called on1. at Islamorada, was a passenger By ANN PAGE ''
account of the death of her i ( Associated Press) bring out the minutest detail, its I (By Associated PresetDENVER
arriving on the Havana Specialyesterday prices of meat and poultry have I perspective and in colors iof
Douthitt THE GROCERY SAN FRANCISCO June 27. with its movie camera color films the true June 21.-0ne
Brother John E. returned '
continued to lose altitude daring the
for a brief business Archer's Grocery now main- I .tones, which the fluids or fats Uncle Sam's bestouncers" has
Tuesday. put week Iamb and fowl mot spec An art originated by the ancient and what not. j jI I
Wait tacularly. Egg prices have not changed I tains a complete grocery service I i[, make opaque to the camera. i, shooed his last alien across the international -
has survived the That is sit at
Egyptians com why
but lower are anticipated for young its
prices but offers a complete one-stop Despite great value the art boundary.
.Miss Mary Lou de Boer, daughter butter. of modern photography: easels the studio of the 'of ',
Green beans are temporarily the ,service on food items. petition in art medical illustraion. Sweet de Credit with having escorted
of Mrs. Jennie B. de Boer Mrs. Jennie Comas and mother brightest star in the vegetable firmament I When planning meals it is i necessary University of California clinic I Glares, remains a narrow field probably more aliens out of the

;left yesterday afternoon for NewlYork' were arrivals on the morning 1:I with and pea lettuce, carrots almost, beets equally, cauliflower so. : to place only one order for to read the advertisement and!,'and draw organs and tissues of I due to the expense and lack of country than any other federal of-

for a visit with relatives. .They are all plentiful l and consequently all food needs, as 'such items as cave the difference. I human bodies seen during the qualified craftsmen. ','ficer. Brown McDonald 66, has
train yesterday and left on cheap. Onions, celery, broccoli and fruits, deep sleep of anesthetics. These I Brodel Talker'
Havana-wh rel dressed poultry fish! turtle Of Art j I I retired from duty because! of the
Sisters 'Lewis Rose Edwina Steamship thewilt visit Cuba with for relatives for! tomatoes Melons are and fairly berries high are the best frost I vegetables, meats t and dairy products SALMON FURNITURE I drawings serve to guide surgeons I In America the father of medi-:. loss of vision of his right eye.

and Julianne of the Convent of .choices particularly cantaloupes' honeydews I can be ordered through this Long's_ Home .Furnishing Sale ,in future cases.Occasionally. a: cal art he says is Max Brodel! of,i i In 30 years :McDonald placed
,Mary Immaculate left yesterday several weeks. I raspberries and and watermelons hackle-, blackberries blaebemes.t store, now going.on is not only a sale of I an artist rtands Johns Hopkins. His pupils head'i more than 3.000 aliens of nearly
afternoon for a brief visit in Miami. -:-- I Her*. are three menus made op from extremely low prices on house- silently by an operating table, virtually all of the few surgicalart every nationality on ships outward
." Miss !Marie Albury was an arrival -i seasonable foods adapted to different GROCERVSPECIALS hold furniture but.an opportunity:I swiftly and deftly sketching whle: departments maintained in bound or watched them step
from Miami yesterday and is budget levels: Prices are lower' this week at to buy rk e&Sarfurniture on' the hooded rubber glove; surgeons America. !!1 across into Mexico or Canada.

)f. L, Zimpelmann, representing the guest of Miss Helen Roberts i Low Cost Dinner Richardson's Grocery than they very easy terms. '! work in the brilliant white! Although the artist's pencil is,i No prisoner ever escaped from

{ the Pullman Company with daughter of )Ir. and }'-- Blake i Roast Boned and Rolled Veal have been in months according to Today's advertisement features light of flood lamps.Photographa. the most dependable for many, him and he rarely had to use
headquarters in )Miami was a Roberta, at the home on Eaton, Hashed Potatoes Yellow-Squash the advertisement in this issue of some very special prices on Fail types of intricate technical medk I I i force.
visitor in Key West yesterday in street I Blueberry Bread Cake and Batter Lemon Sauce The Citizen. ern Dining Room Suites. A mod-I Medical illustration, Instrutor cal illustration Sweet believes I -

the interests of the new air cooling Tea or Coffee Milk Will Richardson's advice to customers cial free offer is listed at the Ralph Sweet says, is one of the that the ideal surgical studio of the best work of film, palette and

equipment being installed at LEGALS I Medium Cost Dinner and would-be customers is tom of the advertisement oldest arts, but despite the in the future will be one in which,I pencil are combined.

the Florida East Coast terminals.
Cold Chicken Vegetable' Salad --- --- -
-Mrs. Rome Nichols and niece jtniriAi* CIRCUIT or, Bread and Batter
THE STATE Of FLORID INAM : Banana Cream Cake
and nephew. Sarah and Ernest > FOR MONROE COU&TY. Tear Coffee Milk
JUeMbnnaway. who were guests! at IN CHANCERY. '
the home of Mr.. and Mrs. Mitchell J. B. Sullivan. Complainant. I' Very Special: Dinner

White left yesterday afternoon v.. Bill f.r rereelMure Consomme "
M.rtgage.Andrew Cold Baked Ham Staffed Tomatoes Pearlman's
for the home in Jacksonville. 'j Joe InSUMMER
R. filler and Eva P. Cabbage and Green Pepper Salad
.Mrs. Sallie Curry mother of Miller hi* wife; L. Van Val- Watermelon Pickls .
I Bread and Batter ,
kenburr and If married I
Mrs. Nichols, will remain for a Van Vatkenbur his wife: and Peach ShortcakeTea
longer stay.Sergeaiit. Minnie E. Van Valkenburg. a i or Coffee Milk
ingle woman. -
Defendant C e se eaeeooe...G.ee..enToday's .
II. Bergfeld who was It appearing by the sworn Bill In,
In' Key.W'e'st'on business in, con':. the L.an above Valkenbura cause that and tbe Defendant If married, Horoscope;

jiectlon withbe' NatipViif.'Guard' Van Valkenburg, his wife and, .e e..e......e...........' t L!
yesterday''afternoon''for the Defendant Minnie E. Van Val
left" MI-
single woman, are nonresidents 10vinJt'Jd trustfulnature r
kenbura a Here is a
:*mL' \ .. of the State of Florida,
Yl.' I and that their place of residence- which may not gain much
M.> '4 ,." ,,' unk.own: and It further appearingthat S A
Mr. and Mrg.,Joseph,Hv;JCnouetutd ] each of these said Defendants knowledge of human weaknesse&t

highway ..Yesterday,, @ing the State of Florida the serviceof It is a: feminine nature though
a Subpoena upon whom would
/or; Miami after spending a few
bind the said Defendants, or any of capable of considerable power.
days with relatives. They were them; and that the real estate Involved -
"accompanied by their nephew In the above cause Is described The affections are too warm, and
as follows, to-wlt: the passions too for suchan
Anthony Knowles, who- will spenda lathe County of Monroe and I
.while in Miami State of Florida and on the incautious nature unless carefully -
Inland of Ke.t., known on

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lunn and Wm. A. In Whttehead's February, 1129 Map as delineated apart controlled. Sales Strictly I STARTS FRIDAY 8:30 A. M.No Goods Charged

lIOn, Arthur left yesterday afternoon known of Tract as Lot 1!1.but Block now better 4 of ,Subscribe to The Citizen.- :

Mrs. Lunn and son stopping said Tract 1>. according to W. CASH At Sales Prices
to visit relatives in Miami A. tjwjnn's Diagram recordedIn <<
while Mr. Lunn continued to St. Flat County.Book 1.Florida.page X4 Records of Monroe -: I I LASTS 15 DAYS---FIRST SALE IN THREE YEARS

Augustine for an examination of Commencing at a> point at the
Corner of Von Pfister and White
,the eyes- at the F. E. C. hospital. Streets and running thence

.. a along N. 'V"J the,.. said direction White 4.Street feet and in I Summer Special And by far the biggest buying opportunity and value giving event ever offered the buying public of Key West in many years

Mrs. Byron Cook who was a> inches; thence a' rightangiea1n
visiting with relatives left yes' and a 1 N.inch E-ly; thence direction at 100 right feet I Entire Stock of High Grade Merchandise On Sale

terday for the home in Miami angles in a S. ETly. direction 4C I on FORDS
accompanied: by her niece Miss feet and > inches; thence direc-at I ..Nothing Reserved-you have your choice from a stock of merchandise second'to none
in S.
right angles a
Mferian Taylor who will spend a I All This Week
tion 10 feet and I inch back to i
Also-On the Island of Key ,
West known on Win. A. White-
Mrs.Barbara George and AJbury) daughterMiss Leander. beads. Map laU, delineated as part of In Tract February Engine T.nd Up __.$ 2.00 presentation of,values never before equaled. Get into the spirit of Saving. Be Here Friday Morning 8:30 o'Clock
son Brake _
Adjustment __ 1.00
1', but now better known as
who were here for the marriageof Lot X of Block 4 In Tract 19, Wheel Alignment _.._.. .75
according to W. A. Gwynn's -
Mrs. Albnry'a eon William! and
Diagram recorded: In Plat Book Focus Head ..._,_ .50 -
.Miss Violet Kemp Monday after- 1. page 14 of Monroe County. Lights (Opening Day'Dnly: ) (Opening Day' Only) (Opening Day Only) (Opening, Day Only)
of this week left yesterday Florida Records: Commencingat Grease Zerk Fittings .... .75 1
noon 81x90 Sheets Gates $3.00 Silk Wash $1.25 &
a point on White Street distant Printed Ladies' SHOES $1.25 $1.50
afternoon for their home in 48 feet and 9 inches from Replenish Fluid in Shock

.Tavernier.A. the Corner of White and Von Absorber ...........____ .60 Batiste DRESSES DRESSES Pure SilkTravel
thence Pfister along Streets said'land White running StreetIn Clean Fuel Pump __... .50 "Percales 9 68c ] PrintsChiffons
Mfeitland Adams was a passenger a N. Wlr. direction 44 feet "C 3c $3.00 $ SOc
Check Clutch and Pedal
and > inches; thence at right Voiles 11.50$ ]
afternoon I39 I
leaving yesterday 79c
angles In a North ETly. direction Movement __.. _.--... .60 Values Georgette
over the East Coast for afew ue feet and 1 Inch; thenceat (Limit to Customer)
days business visit in Mi. right angles In a S, E'ly. Lubricate Front Wheel (Limit to Customer) at
am''; direction. U. feet and t Inches; Bearings ___._ .65 _ _ __ _
thence at right angles in a S.
W'I)". direction 100 feet and 1 Tighten Body Bolts _'_ 1.00 $2.50 and $3.00 All Wool 42 inch Peperell TUB$1.00 Pure Silk HOSE, 75e Heavy SLIP SATIN 81x90 Peperell SHEETS 92e

Mias Dorothy Cleare left yesterday inch is back therefore to place ordered of beginning.It that said. Check Distributor __._ 1.90 BATHING SUITS $1.89 ING ___ _. 23c at _.._ .....__ 58c at ...._."'....,_._. 48e

or,the afternoon train for Defendants Van Valkenburg andIf RAYON PANTIES _*.? 19c 36 inch White COTTON lOc ((3 pairs for $1.75) 50c SLIP SATIN .....m.. 32c 42x36 Peperell CASES 24c
he Is married Van Val ken-
Miami where she will spend a baric. his wife; and the said Defendant Total ..__.._ _>_$10.25
while with relatives.Joe Minnie E. Van Valkenburg.' $1.25 PRINTED BATISTE $1.25 Large SPREADS.
36 inch Brown COTTON 9c Ladies SHORTS with 75c ALL OVER LACE FOR
a single woman: having or claiming PARTS EXTRA NIGHT GOWNS and 2- at ._._. ...... 79c
''to have an interest In and to the PAJAMAS ..:_. S8e 20c LONG CLOTH 12c Halters, $1.25 value 59c DRESSES .,,_.... 46 cRAYON "m""
Brown, special' agent of the I property herein described b.. and piece
V; .S. internal revenue department I they are each: required to appearto all for NIGHT GOWNS 20c Heavy P A J A M A SILK SLIPS 41c 35c DOTTED SWISS $1.75 Rayon SPREADS.

arrived )yesterday the I said I the' cause Bill of on Complaint or before' the filed 11thday in $5.00 at .__..-_ 88c CHECK __._'_ 13c $1.25 SLIPS _.... -_.. 88c at ..w.- ..._...._ 19e at ".. '-..... .. ..,,.-. $1.29
Cuba from Tampa for a visit with of Jul>'. A. D. 1 1S.: otherwise
tbe allegations of said bill;! of Complaint -
Howard Wilson, deputy collector: in the above entitled cause
at Key West. will be taken as confessed and

judgment tbenu by default entered against Trevor & Morris DRESS GOODS ReadyToWearDEPARTMENT

'Major William V..A bury.. Cap- ROSS C. SAWTER,
tam Leslie, Russell. , i*B ? Amazing Hosiery Offer
aht,'W. E. P. Roberts,.fIOida Na- LOUIS County.A. Florida.HARRIS. 312 Simonton StreetRichardso Ladies' Silk Dresses

tional Guard,,.who. '.. Miami Solicitor for Complainant. ""' } .. .
.wwfj JunC-lI-20-27 JI 5 *W'"' a. tt o. 4! .$1.00 PURE SILK r-'tiL,
; >
on business returned over the Season's New 39'entire stock ofgBrand: New
10,000 yard of the HOSE ... ._.._....
highway afternoon. --- _?,._____ on sale! Nothing .reserved
eat Material0tm amerous.*.. mentionhereAr Com .
: pi.ce.TON SAL .T Miss Rosary wh.i is Morrison-Dixie Lee in S1 4 btp.VIIvG and purchasing! 1 pair of our famous $1.00 ,SPECIAL: ASSORTMENT

spending the winter at'Ocalai: FU., LOVE IN BLOOM 's Grocery ......d t t.. jJ.? \ I1 e for 69c will receive 1 extra pair for only 39c.Shoes SILK DRESSES
Arrival this in
week Key
was an John Beal-Gloria Stuart in PRINTED tLAXON .12c _. :
West and' is the guest of her .1,
LADDIE FRIDAY AND SATURDAYSPECIALS I per yard $3.00 and $3.5! values Pastel Shades
cousin Mrs. James Hiirgs, at the Shoes Shoes
Matinee: Balcony lOct Orchei and Dark Dresses, CM OO
home on Petronia street tra. IS-ZOea Nights 15-25c 20c and 25e PRINTEDFLAXONS 15c at _."'_... .. Ol.OO

Batter tt> _.._....___ 26c: per yard 5000 pairs High Grade SHOES for Ladies, Misses ANOTHER SPECIAL ASSORTMENT d

I Maxwell House Coffee Ib 31e I 25c PRINTED VOILES, .16c and Children on sale Leather is going up these Dark Silk Dresses $5.91 $6.75 and

Bliss Coffee. Ib ,....._.__ 2Se per yard .... prices may never' repeat. $7.50 values, close out CO no
ARCHER'SGROCERY i EXCURSIONSpend Kaffa Haar tb _..._ 49c I POSITIVELY THE BIGGEST SHOE VALUES at ..,. ,.-" "...".-. ?.. .- .. 3> .OO
I Sugar 5 Ib*. _.._._ _.. 27e 39c and 45c PRINTED 32c "
I Milk, can ..._ 10c and lie I VOILES per yard :..--..-- EVER BEFORE OFFERED TAKE ADVANTAGE
4th inIMIAMI Cream 6 can __ 40c and 44c BUY NOW. The Cream of f Our Stock

The Store That Serve I July Tomatoes, can _________ 5c 25c PRINTED ORGANDIES, 19c $2.50 and $3.00 (Broken Lots) Pumps Ties, Oxfords
Salt 3 ..._._._._ lOc per yard Brand new DRESSES just received
Yen Best"BREAKFAST at pair -----___.____.._ $1.50 including SILK SEERSUCKERS and
Gaava. 2H size can 20cPears 35c PRINTED ORGANDIES 23c Regular stock $2.95 and $3.50 SHOES sale at CREPES $3.95 to $5.00 values
NOON or 2H size can .._____ 20c ...........__ ._.. on
EVENING MEALS Peaches 2 U six can 17c per yard, pair ......?? ..?.... .? .._ $2.39 and $1.88 52.88 AND $1,98

Baked Beans, 6 can _' 28c I 40 inch SOLID ORGANDY 18c Regular stock $3.95 to $5.00 SHOES, on sale at

You will find it easy to plan I $O50Anrf Oraltine. small ___ 35e per yard ..._..-,.._..__.._ pair .____._?.._.. __ $3.29 and $2.88 $5.95 to $7.50 values-
OTaltine. large ... ...._ _. 65c
your meals when you shop at Prone 2H size .h.can ___ 22c 3 for. $1.00 PRINTED VOILES 23c $1.50 Sandals in White Blue and other colors __ 98c S4.88 AND 83.OS

round tripOn _....._ ... ......_
ARCHER'S GROCERYWe Ivory Flake, 3 pk(*. __ 25c per yard: -" CHILDREN'S SHOES AT GREAT SAVINGS $8.95 to $10.75 value $6 AO

Potatoes 10 Iks.' __._.._.. 21e 75c: and:Sac WOVEN at ..........-...........-.... "-.-. .
SEER49 This is your opportunity to put in a supply of
Welcome Responsible Sale July 3rd Tomato Paste lOc .i.., I SUCKERS at :._. ,._ C Best $1.00 and $1.25 WASH QQ
Ace..abAll 2 for ..._.."......__.----.;.. 15cPimicnto -- School l arid Dress SHOES for your children. DRESSES. at .. OOC
Limited to return July 5th, *,.3 can ..,._., :25cRimao : 39c WOVEN SEERSUCKERS, OQ 7C35c Boys' and Girls' Strap and Oxfords sizes small 2 to $2.00. $2.25 and 12.93 Competition met with food in comfortable 'coaches. 3 pkc*. .__- -_- 23e I I at '"tr.r---'., -rrJ b ig 2, Whites Blacks Browns. pair .___-_ 96c WASH DRESSES .. ,,,uuh cD

Low Prices and High Quality. Leave Key West 5:40 p.m.Wed.' Sani-Fh.ah'caa .....?..._... 23c ;PIQUES,- : :All other high grade Children's Shoes Greatly $1.25 and $1.50 CHILDREN QQ

.nesday. July 3rd, arrive Miami Ivory Soap. 6.bar* _- 34e at _.._-_.___ :19c Reduced ...Con\e and see. SILK DRESSES ........., .......... OOCAll
'10:20 leave; EddyV Starch. 6 for _. .2Se
Miami 7.20 a, m. Friday Jnly Fresh Yard Eggs. doses 34c I 69'e'SOLlii ORGANDIES: EXTRA SPECIAL Best Brands! $1.00 Hose 72c ether higher priced DRESSESat

Order All Year Food Need 5th. arrive Key West 11:50 a. Lux Flake. 2 pkc.. 19c --...---.--....---.. __ 46c $1.00 and $1.25 Broken Best Brands $1.25 Hose 88c extremely All EVENING reduced DRESSES. Come almost and See.

Through U. m. A 312-mil.! train trip for Lax Soap 3 bar _______ 19c I SOe SOLID ORGANDIES Lot of BEDROOM Best Brands $1.50 Hose W price lat

only $ 0,-cheaper. than drivi Life Buoy Soap, 3 bar 19c _._._..__ __.._._... 39c SLIPPERS, pair 39c at 96c: All HATS at M pric
f. : ., Dressed Poultry i i... I New White Potatoes, 5 Ib*. 23c $1.25 BOYS' LONG PANTS,

Fish Turtle I J. H. COSTAR, AgentRAILWAY I Kidney Bean, 2 for .. ..._ 25c i 36 LINEN inch J2OOSE, HEAD yard ..__. 19c atI "_ __ 88c
Fruit Vegetable Grape Fruit Juice 2 for 25c I II per 75e BOYS' SHORTS, 46c

Meat Lard,,2 Ib*. ...--.-.-.. .. 29c, j Best $1.00 and $1.25 BELDING I at -. -- .._. .. _
"LuRGDAtAT I Cheese, Ib _u_..._...__ 25c FLAT CREPE> per yard 78c 75c g-su ,:=:: =:= 46c
Dajry Product Siam Rice. 5 Jh. .. ..... 35c JOE PEARLMAN'S In at -
(OA I SO to 85c 44c C SHIRTS
Foe.. 67 Free Delivery Phone S5S-R Free Delivery per yard, at 4S c and BLOUSES at _..._...__ 46c

814 Fleming Street Eaton and Elizabeth Street I
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